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Monday, February 23, 2004

Alabama St. 13, Tuskegee 11
Averett 8, Hampden-Sydney 7
Hillsdale Baptist 9-4, Louisiana College 3-1
LSU-Shreverport 7, Le Tourneau 2
Missouri 12, Coastal Carolina 10, 10 innings
Newberry 11, Claflin 2
Pfeiffer 14-11, Barber-Scotia 0-1
Presbyterian 13, Francis Marion 11
Union, Tenn. 16, Lindsey Wilson 8
Virginia 15, Md.-E. Shore 2
Washington & amp; Lee 8, Oglethorpe 5
Winthrop 18, Akron 3
TCU 14, Oklahoma St. 6
Texas Lutheran 17, Southwestern, Texas 4
Assumption 6, Worcester St. 2
Framingham St. 5, W. New England 1
Indiana, Pa. -- Slippery Rock's Jen Zuzack zipped through the water in 24.47 seconds to win the 50-yard freestyle individual title at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships.
The sophomore from Greater Latrobe High School is believed to be the first Rock woman swimmer to claim a PSAC individual title since 1982, when Kristin Legere won the 200 breaststroke.
Zuzack trimmed 16/100ths of a second off her prelim time of 27.63, a mark recorded earlier Thursday. She also swam the lead leg of the 400 medley relay, which placed sixth, and the anchored leg of the 200 free relay, which finished seventh.
Presidents' Athletic Conference championshipsAt Thiel College
1. Thiel, 133.5. 2. Washington & amp; Jefferson, 87. 3. Waynesburg, 72.
Kent State 34, Slippery Rock 12 -- Junior 157-pounder Brad Cieleski pinned his opponent in 5:17 to lead Slippery Rock's effort at Kent State.
Cieleski, 18-4 on the season and 17-0 in dual matches, recorded his 18th successive victory after he scored a pair of three-point near-falls and led, 15-1.
Cieleski's win was one of three. Freshman 125-pounder Ben Watson of Kettering (O.) Fairmont High, got the night started off right as he registered an 11-6 decision in the opening match. Jason Cardillo, also a freshman from South Fayette High, notched a 4-3 decision in the 165-pound class.